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  • verb Present participle of relativize.

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Examples

  • Associated with this relativizing is the notion of a great peace among religions, which recognize each other as different ways of reflecting the One Eternal Being and which should leave up to the individual the path he will grope along to find the One who nevertheless unites them all.

    The book by Joseph Ratzinger that "changed history"

  • Associated with this relativizing is the notion of a great peace among religions, which recognize each other as different ways of reflecting the One Eternal Being and which should leave up to the individual the path he will grope along to find the One who nevertheless unites them all.

    Atheism

  • Associated with this relativizing is the notion of a great peace among religions, which recognize each other as different ways of reflecting the One Eternal Being and which should leave up to the individual the path he will grope along to find the One who nevertheless unites them all.

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • The essential aspect for him today is to treat the Lefebvrist bishops as if they had not been excommunicated, which is a completely Roman way of at least "relativizing", without, however, contradicting oneself completely!

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Yet the tsunami has also forced us, at least for a moment, to behave as citizens of the planet, "relativizing" the almost indecently petty nature of our divisions.

    Europe and America: Cold Peace?

  • I am glad to comment on Harvey Cox's courteous letter, though most of what I wrote about the "relativizing" of the Christian preaching had to do with things in Mrs. Ruether's book.

    Heretical about Heresy

  • Through such a relativizing process, the Christian faith is radically changed ...

    The book by Joseph Ratzinger that "changed history"

  • Through such a relativizing process, the Christian faith is radically changed ...

    Atheism

  • I wonder whether the problem with relativizing the “indirect” object arises only with overt relative pronouns …

    Whoever v. Whomever! Cases collide! Match of the Century! « Motivated Grammar

  • Through such a relativizing process, the Christian faith is radically changed ...

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

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